How We Eat: Appetite, Culture, and the Psychology of Food

How We Eat Appetite Culture and the Psychology of Food Rappoport treats the dinner table like a Freudian couch asking us to lie back and spill our guts Tracing our culinary customs from the Stone Age to the stovetop range he illuminates our complex and

  • Title: How We Eat: Appetite, Culture, and the Psychology of Food
  • Author: Leon Rappoport
  • ISBN: 9781550225631
  • Page: 225
  • Format: Paperback
  • Rappoport treats the dinner table like a Freudian couch, asking us to lie back and spill our guts Tracing our culinary customs from the Stone Age to the stovetop range, he illuminates our complex and often contradictory eating habits, and suggests that perhaps we are what we eat.

    One thought on “How We Eat: Appetite, Culture, and the Psychology of Food”

    1. In this text, “How We Eat: Appetite, Culture, and the Psychology of Food” I learned a lot of information on different subjects. I think that it was very interesting to learn about some of the cultures that different foods arise from and the psychology of food. This book was incredibly interesting and informational. I don’t believe that this book covered the questions I had on my topic, which is, “How does the way you eat affect your mood?”. I wish that this book would’ve gone more in [...]

    2. Interesting. I'm surprised there isn't more on the psychology of why we eat what we eat.The writing was friendly enough, though my attention waned at times. Over all, though, it was pretty good.

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